Operator (Current Employee) – Charleville, County Cork – 11 September 2019
Kerry is a terrible place to work. It's run by kids straight out of college who never worked a day in their lives. They keep check on every minute at the clock. The shift work requires you to work 7 days, evenings or nights a week.
General Operative (Former Employee) – Carrickmacross, County Monaghan – 14 August 2019
I worked there for a number of months, on night shift, despite asking to be moved onto the day shift as didn't suit, they didn't take into consideration, despite newcomers getting in on days, I was left on nights. Also, little or no Irish working there so tend to be in the minority.
Operator (Current Employee) – Charleville, County Cork – 5 November 2018
Expectation for General Operators is to work 7 days per week Kerry expects to be entitled to change your shift pattern at a days notice no matter what plans you may have made. No respect for peoples personal lives.
Bullying will never stop unless someone records it
Plant Operator (Former Employee) – Listowel, County Kerry – 3 August 2018
i always heard it was a great place to work but there was bullying when i was there. The supervisor did nothing about it and he saw it going on. There seems to be a culture of silence in Kerry Group. When i attended a staff meeting people were afraid to speak up in case they would be punished, it was the bullies who spoke up instead. When i look back on my time in Kerry Group it just makes my blood boil.
Global Senior Learning Lead (Current Employee) – Naas, County Kildare – 15 February 2018
Kerry is an exciting place to work with a massive amount of global travel opportunities. Change is almost constant in the business. Kerry are involved with nearly every part of the Food & Ingredient business.
Manager (Current Employee) – Naas, County Kildare – 19 December 2017
Entrepreneurial, hard working culture. Management is approachable. Opportunity to work in different countries Good job prospect if ready to relocate. Good benefits, 5 weeks holidays, sick pay, maternity leave, health benefit, good company pension contribution (up to 10 %). Great facilities Work life balance is improving.